The intervention of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Sheikh Al-Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation regarding (the launch of the United Nations Mission for the Humanitarian Response Plan 2018) in the Today’s Harvest program, which is broadcast on Libya Al-Ahrar channel.
In tonight’s episode of Today’s Hassad program on Libya Al-Ahrar channel, the Minister of State for Displaced Affairs, Mr. Youssef Abu Bakr Jalala, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sheikh Al-Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Society, Mr. Salem Al-Qamoudi, as well as Mr. Al-Hashemi Dakhil, head of the One Body Foundation for the Displaced, in the framework of launching a plan Humanitarian response and support for the 2018 United Nations Mission launched by the Humanitarian Coordinator in Libya, Maria Ribeiro, in Tripoli, in the presence of the United Nations Support Envoy in Libya, Mr. Ghassan Salame, and the Prime Minister, Mr. Fayez Al-Sarraj, and a number of ministers.
In his intervention, the Minister talked about the details of this UN plan, which seeks to support about one million citizens during the year 2018, and this humanitarian plan targets all the displaced, the displaced, the refugees and the displaced from their areas due to the poor conditions in them, by communicating with charitable and human rights institutions and civil society institutions. In general, he thanked the institutions The pioneer in this field, especially the Sheikh Al-Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation, which is considered one of the most important charitable institutions in the region in the areas of support and affairs of the displaced and the displaced, and the delivery of relief and health, medical and food aid on a regular and orderly basis, with all transparency and credibility.
The intervention of the Chairman of the Board of Directors was about the role of civil society institutions and the extent of the available credibility and the identification of needs and assistance that should be sufficient to provide a decent life for the displaced or displaced citizen, and the bad security conditions, the continuation of clashes, the fragile economic situation and the high prices directly lead to worsening the conditions of the displaced ,
The goal is to develop a strategy to help people with humanitarian needs and improve the living conditions of citizens.
The UN mission’s international plan also aims to provide $313 million for humanitarian support and provide all necessary needs, aid and relief. It will also work on implementing 71 projects through 22 organizations and institutions, emphasizing Libya’s need for development projects to revitalize its economy.